A PHS HandbookPete Prown, and Peter Prown
Community gardens unite neighbors and friends who plant and tend thriving gardens that provide fresh food and flowers but also fellowship. Community Gardening, by the experts at the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, is an indispensible resource for budding and established gardeners who want to work together to transform patches of unused land into bountiful green spaces that nourish and inspire.
Community Gardening is full of practical information on everything from securing land for building a garden to working with local businesses and the wider community to sustaining a garden over many years. The full-color book features examples based on PHS's highly regarded Philadelphia Green program, as well as brief profiles of community gardens in other cities.
Distributed by Temple University Press for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society